Meet Seven Generations Architecture + Engineering, a Pokagon-owned business

Seven Generations Architecture + Engineering (7Gen A+E) is a proud member of the Mno-Bmadsen Family of Companies. It was founded in 2012 and is a tribally-owned, 8(a), small disadvantaged, HUBZone business owned entirely by the nongaming investment arm of our tribe. Seven Generations A+E was created and established to support the growing need for design services within the tribe’s geographic and economically controlled land development.

One of the core values of the company is sustainability, an ecological concept that urges the current generation to live sustainably and work seven generations into the future. The company’s motivation goes beyond design and engineering, and they continue to incorporate their core values each day. Every service they provide is created with a dedication to environmental stewardship.

7Gen A+E specializes in federal, state, municipal, commercial and tribal markets, and is located in Kalamazoo, Michigan. They collaborate with clients to execute efficiently and responsibly through architecture, planning, virtual design, energy modeling and research and consultation services.

This tribally-owned architecture and engineering firm has done a lot of work on Pokagon projects. Some of the projects they have designed are phase two of the Wellness Center, the Language and Culture Building, and they’re in the process of completing the Tribal Justice Center, among other projects.

7Gen’s passion is “Where tradition fuels innovation,” which is observed through the extreme attention to detail and hard work they put into their designs. To learn more about Seven Generations A+E, visit their website.